Tuesday, September 08, 2015


Conservative dissent is brewing inside the Vatican On a sunny morning earlier this year, a camera crew entered a well-appointed apartment just outside the 9th-century gates of Vatican City.

Jew Arrested for Making Blessing over Water on Temple Mount Young Jewish visitor to Temple Mount detained by police moments after making the ritual blessing before drinking water.

The Christian militia taking on Islamic State in Iraq Across the sun-scorched landscape of the Nineveh Plain in Iraq, north of Mosul, a small contingent of fighters in sand-coloured uniforms is on patrol, 7.5 miles (12km) from the frontline with the self-styled Islamic State.

Turkey sends ground forces into Iraq after militant attacks Turkish ground forces have crossed into Iraq in pursuit of Kurdish militants for the first time since a ceasefire two years ago.

Migrant crisis: Why the Gulf states are not letting Syrians in Images of Syrian refugees stuck at borders and at train stations, not to mention the harrowing picture of three-year-old Alan Kurdi lying dead on a Turkish beach, have spurred on an outcry for more to be done to help those fleeing the war.

Report: Russia purchased ten Israeli drones 'Vedomosti' newspaper says Russian Ministry of Defense bought 10 IAI-made Searcher drones.

Migrant crisis: Germany 'can take 500,000 asylum seekers a year' Germany can cope with at least 500,000 asylum seekers a year for several years, Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel has said.

Pope Francis makes it easier for Catholics to remarry Pope Francis has unveiled reforms intended to make it easier for Roman Catholics to get annulments and remarry within the Church.

Iran ready to hold talks on Syria with US, Saudi Arabia Rouhani urges international community to prioritize halting bloodshed over ousting Assad

Growing number of EU states say they prefer non-Muslim refugees Cyprus joins Bulgaria, Czech Republic and others who claim cultural incompatibility, not discrimination, is behind such statements.